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#1 of 6 Old 06-12-2014, 09:54 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Contour changing pads

Hi,
Can anyone recommend a good contour changing pad?
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Hi Eshe--what are you looking for? From what I can tell, baby changing pads are basically all the same...

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And so are the boys!
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We bought a plan old store brand one because it was either that or an overwhelmingly fancy one that didn't seem necessary. I'd agree that they all seem pretty much the same.

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I agree with that as well. You can buy different covers for them, of course. Terry or Minky are the fabrics I've seen. I find the changing pad doesn't really matter at all - we end up changing baby anywhere and everywhere, and the cats sleep on the changing pad.

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IKEA has an inflatable changing pad and 2-pack of terry covers - probably less than $5 total for both. That's what we picked up on impulse - I usually just changed my first on the nearest flat surface with a blanket beneath for comfort.

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thanks for the all answers. just read that they were made of different materials, and was not sure how worried i had to be with regard to some of them.
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